PAUSE FOR PRAYER


| March/April 1960



When all the world seems dark, and I,
defeated
Yearn for a brighter, less encumbered
way;
'Tis then with all the reverence I'm
possessing,
'Tis then, O Lord, that I should pause
to pray.
When every foolish, time worn, petty
grievance, Seems like a mountain to my weary
soul;
Dear Lord, I have no magic for their
mending,
But Thou with healing strength canst
make me whole.

Then give me Saviour faith enough to
conquer,

That trusting; I will give Thy wisdom
sway.
O Father, teach me always to
remember,
Thy power is mine, if I but pause to
pray.

SOME INFORMATION

On page 32 of Jan.-Feb. Issue regarding the picture of that engine - I believe it's a 20-45 Fairbanks-Morris. I threshed on one 20 years ago. It was a one cylinder, and started on pulling back on compression and flipping point breaker. I own a one cylinder 25 hp International which looks a lot like it. Also 2 Rumely oil pulls. 30-60 large wheels and 30-60 small wheels.

J. W. TUCKER, 31 Fifteenth St. N.W., Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Canada

SOME INFORMATION -

In Nov.-Dec. Issue on Page 5, Clarence O. Myers of South Bend, Indiana wants to know who made the 'Wide Awake Separator'. Quick, J. Thomas, Auburn, New York, made it. Best Regards,